Tab Content
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 11:50 AM
    Phenomenal Voice
    4906 replies | 266945 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 11:25 AM
    Drop of few excerpts of Native American wisdom here: A hundred years of submission and servitude, of protectionism and paternalism have created psychological barriers for Indian people that are far more difficult to break down and conquer than are the problems of economic and social poverty. - David Courchene, Leading Thunderbird (Manitoba) (1969). ... Most members of the National Indian Youth Council can remember when we were children and sent many hours at the feet of our grandfathers listening to stories of the time when the Indians were a great people, when we were free, when we were rich, when we lived the good life. At the same time we hear stories of droughts, famines, and pestilence among Indian people. But it is only recently that we realized that there was surely great material deprivation in those days, and that our old people felt rich because they were free. They were rich in the things of the spirit. But if there is one thing that characterizes the Indian life today it is poverty of the spirit. … we are poor in spirit because we are not free … We are not free. We do not make choices. Our choices are made for us … these choices and decisions are made by Federal administrators, bureaucrats, and their yes men, euphemistically called tribal governments. … We have many rulers. They are called social workers, cops, school teachers, churches, et cetera, and recently OEO employees … they tell us what is good for us and how they programmed us … there is a struggle going on in America now between those who want more “local” control of programs and those who would keep the power and the purse in the hands of the Federal Government. … no one is arguing that the dispossessed, the poor , be given any control over their own destiny. … Nor have those of us on the reservations fared any better under the paternalistic control of Federal administrators. … Some of us fear that this is the shape of things to come in the War on Poverty effort. … We are told in the not-so-subtle racist vocabulary of the modern middle class that our children are “deprived.” Exactly what they are deprived of seems to be unstated. We give our children love, warmth, and respect in our homes and the qualities necessary to be a warm human being. … Perhaps they have a hard time reconciling themselves to being a number on an IBM card. Nevertheless, many educators and politicians seem to assume that we, the poor, the Indians, are not capable of handling our own affairs and even raising our own children, and that the State institutions must do that job for us and take them away from us as soon as they can. My grandmother said last week, “Train your child well now for soon she will belong to her teacher and the schools.” …
    1 replies | 42 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 10:37 AM
    6 replies | 201 view(s)
  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 10:35 AM
    Anti Federalist replied to a thread Vote. in Grassroots Central
    By far and away the best view of TexASS
    43 replies | 369 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 10:33 AM
    1053232750508032000
    28 replies | 1096 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 10:29 AM
    332 replies | 12606 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    136 replies | 1948 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 10:27 AM
    432 replies | 25740 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 10:22 AM
    With Kashoggi Murder, Media Moguls Suddenly Discover that Saudi Regime is Evil They weren’t appalled a few weeks ago, when the Saudis blew up a bus full of school children. But they are appalled now … Yemen … It’s the poorest country in the Middle-East and it’s being systematically destroyed by its vastly richer neighbors, with the full backing and cooperation of NATO. In fact, we’re making a fortune out of it. Bombs are expensive, the Saudis need a lot of them, and you can only use them once. Ker-ching. … Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy with a laughable track-record when it comes to human rights. This has been known for decades … Barely a week goes by without some author, somewhere in the alternate media, writing up a story about the crimes of the House of Saud … When he was selling wars in Libya and Syria, did Freedland ever once suggest the “humanitarian bombing” of Riyadh? Did he object to his paper selling ad space to promote the Muhammed bin Salman, “the great reformer”? Did he boycott events or protest arms deals or in any way speak out? Did he devote even a single one his columns to the war in Yemen? …
    432 replies | 25740 view(s)
  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    3 replies | 75 view(s)
  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 10:09 AM
    You are witnessing Fifth Generation warfare. An invading army with no guns, no tanks, no air support...just damnable pity, to tug at the heart and fog the mind of the already softened and weak of the soon to be displaced and removed population.
    42 replies | 527 view(s)
  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    8 replies | 120 view(s)
  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 06:42 AM
    And a private company should also be able to be criticized for doing stupid stuff, and for being hypocritical about its speech codes, and lying about its proclaimed neutrality.
    8 replies | 120 view(s)
  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 04:28 AM
    Psalm 51:12 (KJV) 12 Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.
    783 replies | 42684 view(s)
  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Today, 03:30 AM
    I challenge TheCount to bump that thread, but he won't because he's a shrewd chickenshit. I proposed a bet several times to him with stakes that the loser leaves the forum for good. Same with Zip and PRB. None of them took me up on it. Now what could these people possibly have to lose by leaving this forum?
    66 replies | 613 view(s)
  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Today, 03:19 AM
    LOL. Nice red herring. Do you speak English? Answer the questions. Did you vote Obama for president 2008 and 2012? Did you vote Hillary for president 2016? Do you work for the Open Society Foundations?
    66 replies | 613 view(s)
  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Today, 03:09 AM
    No, of course he won't respond. Or, at least respond honestly. I have asked him these questions more than once. They're simple questions. TheCount is as dishonest as the day is long.
    66 replies | 613 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:35 AM
    Parliamentary elections in Afghanistan's Kandahar province have been postponed after Gen. Abdul Razeq, a powerful security chief and U.S. partner, was killed during an insider attack from the Taliban, Reuters reported Oct. 18. Kandahar is the second of Afghanistan's 34 provinces to delay parliamentary polls. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/afghanistan-parliamentary-elections-kandahar-delayed-after-taliban-kills-security
    68 replies | 2539 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:34 AM
    The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an intergovernmental organization force established to counter money laundering, has chosen to continue suspending countermeasures against Iran until February 2019 to give the Islamic republic more time to enact reforms and bring its financial system in line with global standards, Reuters reported Oct. 19. The FATF's statement is much harsher than those that have accompanied previous extensions, suggesting that Iran may have received its final warning and that the organization will reimpose countermeasures in February 2019 if Iran fails to enact promised reforms. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/iran-anti-money-laundering-body-gives-tehran-new-extension-enact-reforms
    321 replies | 12009 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:30 AM
    Shigeru Kitamura, the head of Japan's Cabinet Intelligence and Research Office, met with an official from the North Korean United Front Department in Mongolia's capital from approximately Oct. 6 to 8 to discuss the past abductions of Japanese nationals, Kyodo reported Oct. 19. Shigeru Kitamura, the head of Japan's Cabinet Intelligence and Research Office, met with an official from the North Korean United Front Department in Mongolia's capital from approximately Oct. 6 to 8 to discuss the past abductions of Japanese nationals, Kyodo reported Oct. 19. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/japan-north-korea-intelligence-officials-reportedly-met-secretly-early-october
    0 replies | 40 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:05 AM
    House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) on Thursday called on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to resign "immediately." “I think at this particular point, Rod Rosenstein’s priorities are misplaced. His unwillingness to come before Congress and allow us to conduct proper congressional oversight, along with the other information that we’ve learned over the last week or so, would indicate that Rosenstein has not displayed the candor of which would support one’s theory of actually believing that he has been open and honest in all regards," Meadows told reporters. "So with that, I think that it’s time that Rod Rosenstein steps down. He should do so immediately and in doing that, I think it would serve the country well, it would serve this president well," he added. The comments marked Meadows's most explicit call yet for Rosenstein's resignation. House Freedom Caucus members had previously said Rosenstein should either testify before Congress or resign from his post. More at: https://thehill.com/homenews/house/412077-meadows-calls-on-rosenstein-to-resign-immediately
    511 replies | 23412 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 12:51 AM
    Speaking at the “New Code of the West” conference over the weekend, a pair of activists exposed some of the major problems with federal Indian policy. Comparing the U.S. government's Indian policy to a “great big hippopotamus sitting on the United States,” Elaine Willman (shown) slammed the infringement on the parental rights and other liberties of those who live under federally funded tribal governments. Another speaker, Custer Battlefield Museum founder Chris Kortlander, highlighted dubious voting policies and restrictions on state jurisdiction over elections processes on Indian reservations, suggesting these issues threaten the integrity of the ballot. Fringe left-wing groups and their “fake news” allies went wild in the days before the conference, but the summit nevertheless succeeded in educating citizens, policymakers, and lawmakers from across the region. Throughout her remarks, Willman focused mostly on problems with federal Indian policy, her area of expertise. She described it as the federal government's “best kept secret.” Among other concerns, she blasted federal courts for creating the notion of semi-dependent, semi-sovereign tribal “nations” that treats Indian tribes as a dependent “federal trust.” This state of affairs was never envisioned in the U.S. Constitution or authorized by the U.S. Congress, Willman said. And it leads to all sorts of problems that harm Indians and non-Indians alike. The federal government and the tribal governments it funds often collaborate to trample on state sovereignty, too, and the consequences can be devastating for states and especially the Indians living under the thumb of federally funded tribal governments. One major problem, Willman said, is that the rights of Indians are often not respected. And so, Willman highlighted some of the work done by the Citizens Equal Rights Alliance (CERA), where she sits on the board, to help Indians having problems with their tribal governments. “Many of my friends are tribal families,” Willman said, noting that she spent decades living on Indian reservations. “We provide whatever resources we can to tribal persons at odds with their tribal government. Within those tribal governments, members do not have the First Amendment, they do not even have parental rights.” In some cases, she said, tribal governments deprive parents of their parental rights and take their children away as a result of disagreements with tribal officials. Ironically, CERA is one of the few organizations that actually helps Indians facing things such as the seizure of their children in retaliation for disputes with extremely powerful and wealthy tribal authorities. And yet, Willman and the organization, which promotes equal rights for Indians and all Americans, has been ludicrously smeared by fringe hatemongers as “anti-Indian.” CERA and Willman have both argued that federal policy should not be racial, and that everyone should be treated equally under the law — and that means Indians should have all of their constitutionally protected rights respected at all levels of government, just like anyone else. Somehow, though, hardcore leftists who seek to keep Indians down have argued that promoting equality is actually “anti-Indian.” Seriously. Another expert on Indian policy issues, fellow CERA board member Kortlander, the founding director of the Custer Battlefield Museum and a very close friend of late Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Joe Medicine Crow, also spoke out fearlessly, despite having been brutalized and terrorized by heavily armed federal bureaucrats. Among other topics, the former Montana law-enforcement officer spoke about some key issues with federal Indian policy and elections.
    1 replies | 42 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 12:14 AM
    The humanitarian superpower Sweden has once again shown that it has no problem giving one vulnerable person preference over another when deciding whom to expel and who should be allowed to stay for humanitarian purposes. When Denis was only 5 years old, his mother was found dead in an apartment in Södertälje. As his Ukrainian father has renounced custody, he is now an orphan. Now the Swedish Migration Agency has decided that he will be expelled to Ukraine all by himself. There, he will probably end up in an orphanage since he has no family there who can take care of him, reports Expressen. Denis applied for a residence permit with his mother on 9 November 2017. She, in turn, applied as a spouse to her then partner. On 10 March this year Denis’ mother was found dead. The police initially arrested a man, but the suspicions were written off later. According to district prosecutor Emma Olsson, there is no longer any suspicion that a crime has been committed, writes Länstidningen in Södertälje. Today, Denis lives with his maternal grandparents who came to Sweden six years ago. They have, in turn, applied to adopt him, but the Migration Agency remains committed to its decision to expel Denis. It makes one question how at the same time Sweden is allowing some 9000 Afghans, many of whom have been found to have lied about their origin and age, where there is not enough housing nor employment for all of them. As well, some have wondered why the Swedish government is allowing Muslims, some of which are extremists who firebomb synagogues or kill their relative with a rock, to stay for “humanitarian” reasons.
    1 replies | 57 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 12:12 AM
    Matteo Salvini from the immigration-critical Lega Party has now been Italy’s deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister for four months. “I have been here for four months and I must say that I’ve already done a lot. The latest is our decree on immigration and security. It has become more difficult for immigrants to reach Italy, and easier for the government to expel criminals”, he says. “We will now deprive people of their citizenship if we think they are terrorists, and as a result we get more security and control.” And according to the Interior Minister, immigration has been greatly reduced. “It’s already 85 per cent fewer disembarkations. We’ve gone from 100,000 to 20,000. Where there’s a will, there’s a way”, he points out. More at: https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/10/we-have-reduced-immigration-to-italy-by-85-per-cent-interior-minister-matteo-salvini/
    1 replies | 45 view(s)
  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 12:07 AM
    The left-wing propaganda mill Reverb Press cheered when Alex Jones got deplatformed and banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Apple and Spotify in a concerted, Orwellian purge. They wrote at least three articles cheering the act of censorship and called for even more: Last week, they got banned themselves in Facebook and Twitter’s latest alt-media purge. Their world affairs editor from 2014-2017, Marc Belisle, wrote an article in Buzzfeed on Wednesday titled, “Everything I Wrote Was True And Accurate. So Why Did Facebook Purge My Work?”
    49 replies | 1275 view(s)
More Activity

48 Visitor Messages

  1. View Conversation
    space has been cleared! Thanks! ~hugs~
  2. View Conversation
    ....
  3. Just in case anyone starts to wonder... I'm taking a break from RPF. Mainly because I'm moving out of the country and I'll be busy getting settled over there. I really appreciate the prayers and support.
  4. View Conversation
    ......
  5. View Conversation
    ....
  6. View Conversation
    ....
  7. View Conversation
    ....
  8. View Conversation
    ....
  9. View Conversation
    You and your father are in my prayers. May the Lord strengthen and comfort you.
  10. View Conversation
    ....
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 48
Page 1 of 5 123 ... LastLast
Page 1 of 5 123 ... LastLast
About lilymc

Basic Information

Profile Sidebar Configuration

Profile Sidebar Configuration

Activist Reputation (Self-Rated):
1
Select if you support the site's Mission.:
I support the site Mission. (This will change your user title to "Supporting Member".)
Display site reputation bars.:
Display site reputation bars.
Political Campaign Skills
Graphics:
Graphic Designer, Web Designer / Developer
Video and Audio:
Videographer, Video Producer
Computer and Technical:
WebMaster

Signature


“You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
2,969
Posts Per Day
1.19
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
48
Most Recent Message
02-18-2018 08:01 PM
General Information
Last Activity
10-18-2018 12:16 PM
Join Date
12-31-2011
Referrals
0
Home Page
https://www.youtube.com/user/wildflower789

36 Friends

  1. Anti Federalist Anti Federalist is online now

    Member

    Anti Federalist
  2. AZJoe AZJoe is offline

    Member

    AZJoe
  3. Carlybee Carlybee is offline

    Member

    Carlybee
  4. CrissyNY CrissyNY is offline

    Member

    CrissyNY
  5. DamianTV DamianTV is offline

    Member

    DamianTV
  6. Dark_Horse_Rider Dark_Horse_Rider is offline

    Member

    Dark_Horse_Rider
  7. Deborah K Deborah K is offline

    Member

    Deborah K
  8. donnay donnay is offline

    Member

    donnay
  9. georgiaboy georgiaboy is offline

    Member

    georgiaboy
  10. GunnyFreedom GunnyFreedom is offline

    Agent of Freedom

    GunnyFreedom
Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 36
Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast

06-28-2018

  • 08:21 PM - Hidden

06-26-2018


05-24-2018


04-05-2018

  • 01:13 PM - Hidden

03-31-2018

  • 10:51 AM - Hidden

03-25-2018

  • 07:08 AM - Hidden

03-22-2018

  • 08:15 PM - Hidden

03-18-2018


03-17-2018


02-27-2018


02-21-2018


02-20-2018


02-18-2018


10-04-2017

  • 10:03 AM - Hidden

09-23-2017

  • 10:30 AM - Hidden

09-18-2017


09-10-2017


07-20-2017


05-27-2017



Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
No results to display...
Page 1 of 73 1231151 ... LastLast

10-18-2018


10-17-2018


08-02-2018


07-27-2018


07-21-2018


07-20-2018


07-19-2018


07-18-2018


07-17-2018

  • 07:35 PM - Hidden
  • 02:40 PM - Hidden
  • 02:37 PM - Hidden


Page 1 of 73 1231151 ... LastLast